DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 8, 2019.
The Dow Jones News Fund is seeking talented journalism students for paid internships next summer.
Internships available include working in 50+ newsrooms as data journalists, digital media producers, business reporters and news editors. The internships pay a minimum of $450/week for 10-12 weeks. The fund also provides $1,500 scholarships for students heading back to school after their internship.
College juniors, seniors and graduate students enrolled full time are eligible to apply. For more information visit dowjonesnewsfund.org.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 8, 2019.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is now accepting applications
for summer internship programs. Students have the opportunity to be placed as interns
for NBC News, CBS News or ESPN.
All of the internships require that you be a student member of NAHJ, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and be able to commit to the entire ten weeks of the internship.
For more information on the internship opportunity, pay, housing, requirements and start date, visit the following links:
NAHJ/NBC News Summer Fellows Program: nahj.org/nbc-news-summer-fellowship/
NAHJ/ESPN Summer Internship: nahj.org/espn-internship/
Students can apply for one, two or all three opportunities through the same link. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
To join NAHJ or to apply visit nahj.memberclicks.net/
DEADLINE TO APPLY: FEBRUARY 22, 2019
The Organization: WYPR is a long-standing, reliable source of news, captivating programming and community
engagement in the greater Baltimore and Maryland region. The mission of Your Public
Radio Corporation is to inform, connect and even challenge the listeners we serve
in the metropolitan Baltimore area and the State of Maryland by broadcasting programs
of intellectual integrity and cultural merit so as to provide an unbiased perspective
of the events of today and to enrich the minds and spirits of our audience.
Interns are major contributors to the content produced for on-air and online audiences at WYPR. We provide opportunities to learn everything from radio production and web journalism to digital media, event planning, non-profit management, and customer service. We expect interns to conduct themselves professionally and to adhere to the highest journalistic standards of objectivity, fairness, and integrity. While there is no pay available, hours are flexible and the experience has proven invaluable to past interns. Most work would be done at the WYPR studios in Charles Village.Typical duties include research, transcription, script writing, photography, editorial meeting attendance, archive maintenance, audio & video editing, answering phones and emails, analyzing report, and help in the mail room. Opportunities exist in the following departments:
This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to break into politics and is a fantastic writer: You get an insight into how a Congressional office operates, see the legislative process in action (we’re on Appropriations, so you get to see how the government is funded-or how it doesn’t get funded!), opportunities to attend meetings and events with staff, and much more.
We are looking for someone who has Tuesday and Thursday mornings free, but we will
work with someone’s schedule if we do decide to bring them on. The office is just
up the road from the University, so the commute isn’t too hard (The TigerRide Shuttle
has a Timonium rout that even drops off near our office).
Interested students can reach out directly to email@example.com or 443-624-9957.
The Prince George's Sentinel is looking for a few freelance writers. Journalists will
mainly write news stories, however, there may be some opportunities to write for sports
as well. Journalists will write one to two articles a week and will be paid for their
To apply, send a resume and a few writing samples to the editor Daniel Kucin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WBFF Fox 45 is looking for interns. As an intern you will have the opportunity to
gain hands-on experience completing newscast scripts. We operate as one newsroom-a
cross platform and collaborative environment where digital and broadcast come together
to produce the most accurate, compelling and updated content. The intern must be able to stay up to speed on major local stories & national stories relevant
without being asked. Minimum two years of undergraduate study completed .
What we are looking for:
ability to function in a team environment
ability to identify what facts may be missing in local stories and makes calls to get those answers
What you’ll need to apply:
Resume, cover letter, three samples of journalistic work on any platform
Where to apply:
Assistant News Director
2000 W. 41st Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
Baltimore Magazine is currently looking for interns in multiple areas. For more information and to apply click here.